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    Default Fishing pictures 2013

    Time to cut the line on the 2012 thread and start a new one for this year.
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    jan 18th.jpg gunna be a good year tater!!!

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    First king of the season!



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    Petersburg area king, March 2nd.

    I'd agree with you, but then we'd both be wrong.

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    Nice!!! Man the weather looks nice over there
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    I got this beauty down at Drifters Lodge last weekend.

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    thats a nice lookin bow!

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    not a bad way to spend the day

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    Quote Originally Posted by vermilion View Post
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    not a bad way to spend the day
    Good lookin butt!
    Makin fur fins and feathers fly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vermilion View Post
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    not a bad way to spend the day
    Nice butt.

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    You know fishing is slow when I post scenery shots. BUT i have to say this was by far the most spectacular sunrise I have ever witnessed. Took the photos with my iphone at Whiskey Gulch and it looked exactly as in the pictures. Photos in order, taken about 5 minutes apart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kardinal_84 View Post
    You know fishing is slow when I post scenery shots. BUT i have to say this was by far the most spectacular sunrise I have ever witnessed. Took the photos with my iphone at Whiskey Gulch and it looked exactly as in the pictures. Photos in order, taken about 5 minutes apart.

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    The finalshot
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    nice haul out of homer yesterday, 7 on the boat, with 7 limits! biggest was right at 60lbs, and a solid size on the chickens....once slack tide hit, almost couldnt keep a line on the bottom!

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    Nice fish.

    Should have used the quote. Talking about elkman's halibut.

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    Very impressive. Ditto for jamesjq's king.

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    Nicely Done! Congrats.

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    Default Couple Rockies from Seward

    GOPR0006.jpgNice big Quillback and Yelloweye
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    By far...the biggest Quill I've ever seen.

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    GOPR0006.jpgNice big Quillback and Yelloweye

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    Whoa! That yelloweye is a pig too!

    Strong work!

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